Birmingham has its chance tonight to display its talent in the hopes of winning the £100,000 and the chance to perform in front of Prince Charles at the annual Royal Variety Show.
First up that has any ounce of talent is 10 year old Charlie Green is singing Summer Wind and Simon looks smitten. The audience is smitten.
Anya Sparks is a plus sized girl dancing all the choreography to Britney’s Toxic. They eventually buzz her out.
Steve Cousins looks like he has an interesting act with a giant balloon as part of his act. Harpsonic play Coldplay’s Clocks and add something unique to the show. The Mandy Ellen Dancers are very entertaining.
13 year old comedian Charlie Wernham gets a standing ovation from the audience. He’s confident and mischievous and they like him.
Owner of 107 ferrets are Caroline Smith & Judy Beyer who have an act of dancing ferrets. They spend more time running off the stage than anything else and Ant & Dec are chasing them backstage.
Martial Arts demonstration team Strike is a pretty intense routine that is incredibly in sync.
David J Watson is an impressionist. No one is sure of what though and everyone screams “Off! Off! Off!” His props are funny but his impressions are terrible.
Mark Fishwick is a bit of a circus performer. The Brink are a rock band that sound unique. Dance Troupe Instinct get through to the next round and are pretty happy about it.
32 Year old club singer Madonna Decena came to the UK from the Philippines to make some money which she is sending home to her children. She sings Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You.